Issue 16 and Volume 62.

THE CATSKILL WATER SUPPLY COMPLETED The Great Aqueduct of 135 Miles Passes Over to Control of the City. Mayor Mitchel Formally Accepts the $177,000,000 Water Works System and Classes it Above the Panama Canal in the Magnitude of Its Engineering Triumphs. On behalf of the city of New York, Mayor Mitchel formally accepted the Catskill Aqeduct and Water System on Friday, Octoger 12, in the Aldcmanic Chamber of the City Hall. After President Charles Strauss, of the Board of Water Supply, had presented the new water system, the mayor in his reply said: “For the organization of this great enterprise, for the legislation that made it possible, for its administration during the early years, when misses would have wrecked it, and when opposition might have rendered it impossible, the people of New York will render their lasting and sincere thanks to Mayor McClellan, who is in very truth the official…

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